Israel May Forgo Millions in U.S. Missile Defense Budget Aid

August 2013
Israel Faxx;8/5/2013, Vol. 21 Issue 153W, p6
The article reports on the plan of the Israeli government to forgo $55 million in missile defense aid despite the possibility of the United States Armed Forces slashing $50 million in its 2014 budget.


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